space shuttle mission extended, Looks like I will get to see the shutle somewhat near the ISS?

From: Kevin Fetter (
Date: Mon Aug 13 2007 - 07:54:04 EDT

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    Spaceflight now reports, that the space shuttle will be up there longer:)
    So it will not undock from the ISS until Aug 20. That night there's a local star party, and so in
    addition to the ISS passing near Jupiter, I'll get to see the shuttle also pass near jupiter.
    If I look at the orbital data right, it seems the ISS and shuttle will be seperated by a few
    degree's. Not real close it seems, but still seen together, I'll take that.
    I used the stuff at
    To see what would happen.
    So I am correct in my thinking, are did I make a goof.
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